Paso Doble 

red2.jpg (5347 bytes)The Paso Doble is the only Latin Dance with is not coming from the "Negro" culture, the roots of the Paso Doble are in Spain. The dance first became popular amongst the upper classes of Paris in the 1930s, with its dramatic and theatrical poses.After World War II the Paso Doble was accepted as a Competition Dance.

The name "Paso Doble" in Spanish means "Two Step" and refers to the marching nature of the steps.   The Paso Doble portrays a Bullfight with the man as the Torero and the woman, his cape.